English Choral Music: Rubbra

English Choral Music: Rubbra
Director of Music: 
Christopher Robinson
Organ Scholar: 
Robert Houssart
Release date: 
October 2001
Record label: 
Naxos
Catalogue number: 
8.555255
Track list
  1. Magnificat in A flat, Op. 65
  2. Nunc dimittis in A flat, Op. 65
  3. Kyrie, Missa in Honorem Sancti Dominici for chorus a cappella, Op. 66
  4. Gloria, Missa in Honorem Sancti Dominici for chorus a cappella, Op. 66
  5. Credo, Missa in Honorem Sancti Dominici for chorus a cappella, Op. 66
  6. Sanctus, Missa in Honorem Sancti Dominici for chorus a cappella, Op. 66
  7. Benedictus, Missa in Honorem Sancti Dominici for chorus a cappella, Op. 66
  8. Agnus Dei, Missa in Honorem Sancti Dominici for chorus a cappella, Op. 66
  9. Prelude and Fugue for piano, Op. 69
  10. First Nocturn: No. 1, In monte Oliveti (Tenebrae, Op. 72)
  11. First Nocturn: No. 2, Tristis est anima mea (Tenebrae, Op. 72)
  12. First Nocturn: No. 3, Ecce vidimus eum (Tenebrae, Op. 72)
  13. Second Nocturn: No. 1 Amicus meus (Tenebrae, Op. 72)
  14. Second Nocturn: No. 2 Judas mercator pessimus (Tenebrae, Op. 72)
  15. Second Nocturn: No. 3 Unus ex disciplulis (Tenebrae, Op. 72)
  16. Third Nocturn: No. 1 Eram quasi agnus innocens (Tenebrae, Op. 72)
  17. Third Nocturn: No. 2 Una hora non potuistis (Tenebrae, Op. 72)
  18. Third Nocturn: No. 3 Seniores populi (Tenebrae, Op. 72)
  19. Meditation for organ, Op. 79
  20. Kyrie Missa cantuariensis, Op. 59
  21. Credo Missa cantuariensis, Op. 59
  22. Sanctus Missa cantuariensis, Op. 59
  23. Benedictus Missa cantuariensis, Op. 59
  24. Agnus Dei Missa cantuariensis, Op. 59
  25. Gloria in excelsis Missa cantuariensis, Op. 59

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